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Author Topic: The Power of Network Marketing!  (Read 18524 times)
ErnestM
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« Reply #15 on: July 30, 2005, 09:48:59 AM »

How true!  Great Post Rhonda Grin

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« Reply #16 on: July 30, 2005, 09:53:09 AM »

Hi Rhonda,

Great article! Do you hold copyrights to it? And if so, what are the requirements for publishing?

Thanks,

Nicole
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« Reply #17 on: July 30, 2005, 10:28:58 AM »

Someone else's article.. USUALLY anyone has reprint rights as long
as the byline is included... I have seen that article before.. NOT
sure who wrote it... Rhonda might have that info.. If not, I am sure
you can do a google search and find the original one. 

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« Reply #18 on: July 30, 2005, 01:22:45 PM »

The #1 Reason People Fail in Network Marketing:

Working for the Quick Buck Rather than Thinking Long-Term.

A lot of network marketers work really hard to recruit tons of people,
but don't HELP those people.

I've found if you focus on helping a small team of people GET IN PROFIT
and then teach them to do the same with their small team, that attrition
rates drop dramatically and everyone succeeds.

GDI/.WS makes that easy since we have the ability to move people after
they sign up.

By building our teams DEEP before we go WIDE, we can help more people
start earning while they are still learning.

Plus, they can see you are committed to helping them by your actions of
helping place people under them.

The loyalty this creates is priceless.

Many people who are new to home businesses may take several
months to start seeing recruits.

If, in the meantime, they are at least seeing that their downline and
income are growing, they'll stick with it.

Build DEEP. Create STRONG legs. Then move on to start a new leg.

You'll experience less attrition and will enjoy this business a LOT more!

Happy Marketing!

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« Reply #19 on: August 11, 2005, 09:19:23 AM »

WOW!  This Forum is great.  I'll never forget this statement:

"Show me a network marketer that jumps from company to company
and I'll show you someone who is broke and frustrated... Show me a
networker that has displayed focus and persistence with one company
for 5-10 years and I'll show you a millionaire."

I will reach my goals with GDI no matter how long it takes.
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« Reply #20 on: August 12, 2005, 08:33:36 PM »

Hi Rhonda
 U-go-girl. U got that right...on the nose. I'm gonna find me away to copy that and put it on my wall. I like what all u said. 50 things can change to wonders!! Grin
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« Reply #21 on: August 20, 2005, 05:05:17 PM »

I totally agree!  Those are perfect reasons!



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« Reply #22 on: September 14, 2005, 02:27:12 PM »

As we rise to the top, not only in members but, in rich significant content, itís important for everyone to get involved.

Contact your upline team and invite them to join us here at the forum! We value your involvement!

Thank you,

Nicole & Chip
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« Reply #23 on: September 14, 2005, 09:53:15 PM »

That is so true.  These forums have been a God send.  Also, I've had a lot of people not even in my upline going way above and beyond to help me out.  Also, thank you for you help.
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« Reply #24 on: September 15, 2005, 11:56:35 PM »

Steve,

I Think you and the rest of the team of GDI understand the importance of momentum and not only team building but life long friendship that you and your entire org can have both inside the forum and outside.

We have lots of members who have solid uplines, and sponsors but for those of you who don't never be afraid to ask for help or attend many of the team trainings that held throughout the week.

Team we want everyone in GDI to be success story but understand it will take dedication and passion to bring in key people who share this same vision.

This business is not for everyone so sort and sift and remember you have the support of the entire org at GDI.

Take care and hope to see you on the numerous calls or training sessions available for everyone during the week.

Howie Martell

Hawaii Leadership if can do this part time build business you can to!
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« Reply #25 on: October 03, 2005, 06:22:15 AM »

I don't like to use the word failure when dealing with online businesses.

The reason is that sometimes in a persons lives we have the intial stage where we have that 72 hour high were ready to start getting our business hopping.

Then the little voice in our head says man thought this would be easy and decide to drop out in less than 2 weeks.

Network Marketing is long term business in which were building relationships first letting GDI's 7 minute movie do must of the explaining for us most people want support and simple system.

The average person who has no prior experience in marketing online can feel over whelmed we must give this individual the tools to be successful. Other than tools we should show them as upline we care about their success and be good friend to everyone on our team.

Sort and sift and indentify your leaders and come up with plan to benefit them and anyone who joins GDI.

Always wake up in the mornining and feel blessed to have a great business and your future is much brighter since you own part of life changing business with GDI!

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« Reply #26 on: November 28, 2006, 10:19:54 PM »

Network Marketing is very powerful!  It's the only business that allows people to earn income from others efforts and make friends at the same time! how beautiful!

Hey also you guys want more MLM Legal Stuff you can go to the buttom of my website and visit the lawferm that represents companies like GDI and the DSA.

www.hhsn.ws

I hope you guys well always remember that Networking Marketing is always about helping each other. We network so we don't have to work a regular job 9-5.

The key is Having Fun!
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« Reply #27 on: March 04, 2007, 05:57:10 AM »

Hi, All...
I have with GDI for about a Month now..
I sill haven't gotten any sign-ups.... I am not giving
But, I really need some advice on how to get sign-ups... Sad
I have emailed around 350 people and I saw that I had
3-Views... Then when I emailed them to say thanks for
viewing... One person blocked me from there emails..
I want to get started really bad, but when you can't
get anyone to sign up... I know I am really getting
frustrated... So, if anyone knows how to get sign ups.
I would really appreciate the advice..            Cry
               Thank-You all..                       
                                          Shymom
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« Reply #28 on: March 04, 2007, 09:05:00 AM »

Hi Shymom,

I posted previously on how you can get a responsive list of emails, you can refer at the link below:

http://talk.ws/index.php?topic=6844.msg18956#msg18956

I believe that the problem that you are facing is common. This is the typical response from prospects that you emailed especially if they don't know you.
Have you shown the dvd to people that you know?  That is the easiest way to get sign ups.

Melissa
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« Reply #29 on: March 04, 2007, 02:00:38 PM »

Hi, All...
I have with GDI for about a Month now..
I sill haven't gotten any sign-ups.... I am not giving
But, I really need some advice on how to get sign-ups... Sad
I have emailed around 350 people and I saw that I had
3-Views... Then when I emailed them to say thanks for
viewing... One person blocked me from there emails..
I want to get started really bad, but when you can't
get anyone to sign up... I know I am really getting
frustrated... So, if anyone knows how to get sign ups.
I would really appreciate the advice..            Cry
               Thank-You all..                       
                                          Shymom

Karen

Keep it simple.

#1 Resolve to never quit!

#2 Invite - Follow-up - Repeat

If all you are doing is email invitations... you have to send 1000's for anyone to join. Email marketing is not an exact science. Many mass emailers send numbers like 1-2 million in order to just get 50-200 responses, from that they may get 1-10 signups. I'm only sharing this with you to give you an idea about "the numbers" when it comes to emailing.

 I suggest you actually talk to people in addition to your emailing efforts. Using the DVD locally is a smart idea as well.

How many people have you actually "talked to"?

I'd be willing to bet you will have better response when you start talking to people. Keep your head up and NEVER QUIT. Quitting is the only way to fail.

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